Utility Line Instructor--Off Campus
  • Job Posting Expires: 9/3/2024
1M ago
$0 to $0
Full Time
4-8 Years
Primary Duties

This position will develop, design, write, and deliver job training and safety class sessions as required and assist in the development of additional training activities for the Nebraska Rural Electric Association, Nebraska Municipalities, and other participating electric utility organizations as assigned by the Dean and the JT&S Director. This position will further collaborate with industry leaders to schedule, travel to, and deliver the class sessions in a timely fashion at numerous locations. Class sessions may entail a non-traditional schedule, travel, overnights, and the potential of more than a 40-hour work week. The position requires the maintenance of accurate documentation of training, courses offered, and the submittal of required reports. The position will help promote Northeast credit and non-credit training programs in the assigned region and beyond, when appropriate and contribute to the development of short and long-term educational initiatives to support Northeast’s mission. This position will primarily maintain training responsibility for electrical utility organizations within Region III, consisting of the western third of the State of Nebraska including Cherry County south to Red Willow County and west to the Nebraska border. This position will also be responsible for conducting training at sites in Eastern Wyoming. The trainer must reside within or near the Region III training area.

This is accomplished by verifying and submitting required course rosters, grade reports, evaluations and academic reports; maintaining classroom and laboratory supplies, tools and equipment; maintaining requisite office hours; attending professional development activities and keeping abreast of industry-related legislation; assessing workforce needs of Northeast partners and developing customized strategies to address those needs; maintaining accurate records; collaborating with the Applied Technologies division, JT&S Director, and fellow JT&S trainers to offer courses and perform as the subject matter expert while promoting course and training opportunities.

Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

High Voltage Utility Worker background required.

Requires extensive background in electrical safety and regulatory issues as it relates to high voltage electric work practices. Ability to develop and use effective organization and work procedures. Experience in education/training is desired.

Associate’s degree with 5 years’ experience or commensurable experience in a related field.

Compensation Details

The successful candidate’s salary will be calculated based on education and experience within the grade range. The position will include a contract extension of 50 days calculated at the daily rate.


This position is eligible for full-time fringe benefits.

How to Apply

Apply online: https://northeast.peopleadmin.com/postings/6040